At its essence, restoring a car is very simple. Take it all apart, clean and repaint what you can, replace what you can’t, and put it all back together. But, as many of you know, the reality is far more complex. Well, if restoring a Chevrolet Chevelle is something you’ve always had on your to-do list, this book is a good first step; Chevelle Restoration and Authenticity Guide 1970-1972. A Must Read by Dale McIntosh and Rick Nelson. It takes you step-by-step, from how to pick out the best candidate for restoration, through complete disassembly down to the frame, to reassembly; including chassis, powertrain, body work, interior, and even wiring. We can’t promise you’ll have perfect results, but your odds are certainly much better following the advice in this Must Read